I Matter....You Matter...We Matter

I Matter....You Matter...We Matter

Friday, March 31, 2017

Day 31: This Isn't Goodbye..It's See you Later-#SOL17


Holy cow! How is it the end of March already?!  Today brings this Slice of Life Challenge to a close, and I feel like I'm ending on a charge.  I've learned so much more about myself as a writer and individual as well as the many others who have become part of this writing community.  I wasn't quite sure what to expect when signing up for this commitment, but I can easily say, it was a decision that was well worth it.  I've always enjoyed writing, yet finding the time has always been my enemy.  This challenge has made that previous nonexistent time to write a priority, even if it's just for ten minutes.  I've learned to become more vulnerable with an authentic audience as well as reflect on the small moments more intentionally.  


I've pushed myself to try new formats and stretch myself as a writer, thanks to the continued inspiration of this community.  I've never met you in person, yet I feel like your daily snippets provided a lens into your lives.  THANK YOU for growing me.  THANK YOU for allowing me to grow you.  As a Slice of Life, "newbie", you have found a new regular slicer.  You will find me again next March ready to tackle year two.  As I transition away from my daily slicing, I hope to continue to see you all around on the blogging circuit and for Tuesday slices.  Let's keep growing together.  

For that reason, I'll simply say this isn't goodbye...it's see you later! Keep writing!!







3 comments:

  1. The accomplishment of the finish line is euphoric! I hope that you continue to slice over the course of the next 11 months (I am going to try really hard this year to slice each Tuesday) and I have enjoyed getting to know you through your writing!

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  2. Yes! This challenge is life-changing in so many ways. I will see you next March!

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  3. It's true what you said about the time factor. I've easily found time to write this March when I thought I had none. This has been my best year yet and I've really enjoyed reading your posts and your insightful reflections.

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